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on midterm election politics. joining us is jennifer duffy and nathan gonzales. good morning. talk about house races. how many are truly competitive and how does this compare to previous election cycles? we have 52 house races out of 145 on our list. it roughly falls for the target is for midday election cycles. compare to past wave cycles, previous to election day there were almost 100 seats on our competitive list. now we're down to 50. part of the explanation is we have a round of redistricting under our belts where there was somes -- and there was uncertainty. depending on what the national political environment is, we could see that number grow. this could roughly be the field we have for the next 11 months. how many truly tossup races and how many are we onlyive now? guest: have three races, two democrat. -- two democrat and tossup. there are three seats that are leaning in republican's direction. however this is going to change. one of the reasons there aren't more seats as we are really waiting to see the outcome of some of these primaries. this is particularly true in places lik
for jennifer duffy and nathan gonzales. guest: most republicans are saying repeal, and democrats are saying we know you do not like it, but you do not want to get rid of all of it. the challenge is that in the seats, where it is going in a slightly more red than the country at large. disapproval that approval in those key districts and keys eights, and it is a higher threshold. i think we are going to see an election that is driven by a lot of anecdotes. both sides are going to have specific people to camera, saying because of what president obama and what the democrats did with the aca, i could not get the covered i wanted. or because of what republicans did, because they wanted to reveal it, this is how my life was affected. follow-up on an earlier tweet -- milton, philadelphia, democrat line. ask thei would like to guests, to they think the republicans will be able to take the senate? i think the potential is there, i do not think it is a jump ball today. i went to see the outcome of some of these printers. -- i want to see the outcome of some of these primaries. 'sest: what is the presiden
ont midterm election politics. joining us is jennifer duffy and nathan gonzales. good morning. talk about house races. how many are truly competitive and how does this compare to previous election cycles? we have 52 house races out of 145 on our list. it roughly falls for the target is for midday election cycles. compare to past wave cycles, previous to election day there were almost 100 seats on our competitive list. now we're down to 50. part of the explanation is we have a round of redistricting under our belts where there was somes -- and there was uncertainty. depending on what the national political environment is, we could see that number grow. this could roughly be the field we have for the next 11 months. how many truly tossup races and how many are we onlyive now? guest: have three races, two democrat. -- two democrat and tossup. there are three seats that are leaning in republican's direction. however this is going to change. one of the reasons there aren't more seats as we are really waiting to see the outcome of some of these primaries. this is particularly true in plac
we would turn our attention to the 2014 politics. two experts, jennifer duffy and nathan gonzales, will be here to break down the races to watch this year. on incomet winship inequality and income mobility. we are back in a moment. ♪ , i realize tax reform and entitlement reform will not be easy. the politics will be hard for both sides. none of us will get 100% of what we want. us alternative will cost jobs, hurt our economy, visit hardship on millions of hard-working americans. let's set party interests aside and work to pass a budget that replaces reckless cuts with smart savings and wise investments in our future. let's do it without the brinksmanship that scares investors. the greatest nation on earth cannot keep inducting its business by drifting from one manufactured crisis to the next. we cannot do it. let's agree right here and right now to keep the people's government open and pay our and always uphold the full faith and credit of the united states of america. our preview program -- >> our preview program starts with the president at nine, followed by the response from
," the latest on the senate races in 2014. with jennifer duffy and nathan gonzales. a look at class mobility. and we will talk about security concerns ahead of the olympics. less, your calls, tweets, and facebook comments. beginning at 7:00. >> c-span we bring public affairs evidence directly to you. putting you in the room at congressional hearings, white house events, briefings and conferences, and offering complete gavel-to-gavel coverage of the u.s. house. all as a public service of private industry. we are c-span, created by the cable tv industry and funded by your local satellite provider. like us on facebook and follow us on twitter. >> the former chair of the joint chiefs of staff spoke last week. he talked about the united states's future in afghanistan and edward snowden. the talk was hosted by concerned about her in some america. it is about one hour. >> thank you to the veterans of america for putting on these events. i've been to a lot of events and i think the quality has been very high at the events i have been at. hopefully we will keep to that this morning. he needs no intro
and nathan gonzales. will join us to talk about the income inequality and upward mobility. sky will talk about the recent bombings ahead of the russian winter living. have a great day. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2014] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] ♪ >> today on c-span, the annual march for life rally that took place wednesday on the national mall. after that, supreme court oral argument on a case that looks at the free speech rights of antiabortion activists outside of abortion clinics. later, an event looking at the economic status of women in the u.s. the focus of the latest shriver raise, ongoing to awareness on issues facing women. >> c-span launched its first schoolbus in 1990 three, visiting hundreds of schools and communities nationwide unreasoning -- and raising awareness. 20 years later, the c-span bus continues on the road, on the campaign trail, and visiting book festivals, education conferences and schools. look for us on the road in online at our website www.c- span.org. you can also follow us on twitter. you can join us mo
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